Chicago Heights

Check Out a Museum Adventure Pass from Your Library

Here in Chicagoland, we’re pretty lucky. (Yes, I’ve been outside… but hear me out!) We’ve got an abundance of awesome museums and educational attractions just minutes away. But these visits can also be pretty expensive. Did you know that you can get free admission and discounts from your library when you check out the Museum Adventure Pass? Libraries have individual…


Save Your Spot Now for 2019 Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Events

Get up close and personal with spring’s biggest celebrity: the Easter Bunny! Better yet, have breakfast while getting to know the bunny. Most events include other activities that are sure to get your Easter holiday into full swing. Almost all breakfast with the bunny locations require pre-registration, so make sure to follow-up early to hold your spot. Use our guide…



Open Gyms for Kids in the Southwest Suburbs: Times and Prices

My kids love going to open gym times! Winter in our home means lots of pent-up energy, and one of the best ways to get the wiggles out is some good ol’ fashioned running, climbing and jumping. When you’re checking out these open gyms, be sure to take a peek at the class schedule; if your kids love tumbling around,…


Daddy Daughter Dances in the Southwest Suburbs

February is coming, and love is in the air. There’s not many things stronger than the love between father and daughter. And while dressing up is half the fun for a little girl, they consider going to ‘the ball’ with the most important man in their life a dream come true! Dads (and grandpas and uncles, too), get your best…


New Year’s Eve Family Party at Haunted Trails Burbank

Ring in the New Year at our New Year’s Eve Family Party on Monday, December 31st – from 8 pm to Midnight! Guests will enjoy our famous New Year’s Buffet including soft drinks and dessert plus each paid guest receives $17 in Game Play, 1 Lazer Frenzy Challenge, Hats & Noisemakers, Karaoke Entertainment, Games & Prizes, Grand Raffle for a…


Volunteering with Kids in the Southwest Suburbs

‘Tis the season of giving, comfort, and love.  The holiday season is a great time to teach children about giving, not only of gifts or money, but also our time.  Volunteering is amazingly rewarding.  There are many ways to volunteer – helping out a food pantry, hosting a bake sale for a cause, or even as simple as helping out…


Basketball Leagues, Camps, and Skills Training in the Southwest Suburbs

There are so many great opportunities to play basketball and develop your child’s skills all over the southwest suburbs. Almost all of the local park districts offer basketball leagues that are open to both residents and non-residents, and there are plenty of other options, too. Now is the time to think about signing up! Younger groups are usually co-ed, and…


2018 4th of July Fireworks and Parades in the Southwest Suburbs

America’s birthday can not be properly celebrated without fireworks and parades. Patriotism is never on greater display than it is on 4th of July. The southwest suburbs are full of opportunities to celebrate with parades and fireworks in nearly every town. Grab a blanket, a lawn chair, and your nearest and dearest to sit back, relax, and enjoys the celebrations!…


Bounce House Rentals in the Chicagoland Area

Bounce house rentals pump up the fun at kids’ birthday parties, graduations, or any event that a bunch of kids are expected to attend. Our guide lists some of the popular bounce house rental companies in the greater Chicagoland area. Many of these companies also rent tables, chairs, and other necessary items for party planning. Scroll through to find a…


25 Rainy Day Activities in the Southwest Suburbs

Rain, rain go away! Come again another day! It’s raining, it’s pouring, staying inside is getting boring! Rainy days offer just another challenge in the life of a parent. Cabin fever can set in fast and before you know, it the kids are bouncing off the walls and complaining that they are bored. With a little help from this list of…


Best Places to Go Sledding in the Southwest Suburbs

For cold-loving kids, the first real snowfall in Chicagoland can only mean one thing — sledding! Dig out your snowsuits, dust off your toboggan and head out to the slopes (or steep suburban hills) for some good old-fashioned family fun. We’ve put together a list of all the hottest spots to spend a perfect winter day sledding in the southwest…